Tanzanian Party wants to beef up ties with Communist Party of Vietnam

Secretary-General of the Party of the Revolution of Tanzania (CCM) Abdulrahman Kinana wants to promote ties with the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) in high-level delegation exchanges, information and experience sharing, and personnel training.

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He expressed the hope at a working session with Vietnamese Party delegates led by Chau Van Lam, member of the CPV Central Committee and Secretary of Tuyen Quang’s Party Committee, in Tanzania’s capital city Dodoma on September 21.

Kinana said he wants to send CCM delegations to Vietnam to learn from the country’s experience in building a socialist-oriented market economy, developing the economy and social welfare policies.


He highlighted the success of the Halotel telecom company, a joint venture of Vietnam’s military-run telecommunications group Viettel with Tanzania, evidence of the potential for bilateral cooperation in other fields.

Tanzania hopes to attract more Vietnamese investors, he said, adding that sound cooperation between the two countries’ Parties is expected to contribute to ties between their governments and peoples in the fields of their strengths such as telecommunication, agriculture, energy, tourism and culture.

For his part, Lam said Vietnam attaches great importance to enhancing traditional friendship relations with Tanzania.

He expressed his pleasure at the growing ties between the two countries’ Parties and peoples.

The official suggested the two sides increase bilateral political relations via promoting cooperation mechanisms, especially through high-level delegation exchanges, sharing experience in the Party building, and socio-economic development strategies.

During the working visit to Tanzania from September 20-24, the Vietnamese Party delegation also visited the Embassy of Vietnam in Tanzania, the Vietnam-Tanzania telecom joint venture, and some cultural and economic facilities.
VNA

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